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I will admit straight off that I am no stranger to making myself at home in The Ardilaun. You cannot beat it for location in leafy Taylor's Hill. It is intimate and friendly, the hotel lobby is like a gigantic comfy sitting room. As far as the food goes, this hotel has it covered from morning to night. It comes as no surprise that the menus in The Ardilaun are a cut above the usual hotel fare.
Are you ready to make a positive, permanent change that will help increase your health and wellbeing? To assist you in your journey to better health and a better shape, why not join Glenville Nutrition's 12 week nutrition and wellbeing programme and learn how to ‘Lose Fat Around The Middle’, providing you with all the tools necessary to transform your health and shape for good.
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The successful specialised healthy eating and weight loss course Lose Fat Around The Middle, designed by Dr Marilyn Glenville, the UK's leading expert in nutritional health for women, will recommence next week in Galway city centre.
Are you interested in shaping up this autumn? Go along to Glenville Nutrition's free information talk on how to ‘Lose Fat Around The Middle’ where you will get some top tips and learn how an inspirational 12 week diet and lifestyle course could change your shape and quality of life forever.
John Quinn & Co is offering a number of properties available for open viewing this weekend with a tremendous selection on offer.
As chapter one ends after 10 years in Mulberry's, chapter two begins with Dulse restaurant. Dave O'Donnell is the new chef patron at Dulse. After 22 years' experience in top establishments, he is excited to bring his experience and passion to Dulse.
A SHOWCASE of work by Galway artists Margaret O'Dowd and Patricia Comer takes place in The Ardilaun hotel, Taylor's Hill, this Sunday from 12 noon to 6pm.
Green fingered Galwegians and those who are interested in making the most out of their garden, and are seeking gardening advice, information, and skills, should check out a series of classes being run by Michael Gill Landscaping.